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Publication Requirement

Corporations and LLCs in Nebraska are required to publish notices of incorporation or organization, respectively. In addition, notices must be published in the event of amendment, merger, conversion, or dissolution. Additionally, affidavits of publication must be filed with the Secretary of State. These requirements only apply to domestic (in-state) companies, not to foreign (out-of-state) companies doing business in Nebraska.

The notifications must include the company’s name, address of the office, general nature of business, and (if applicable) the number of shares the company’s authorized to issue. The notices must run for three consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation within the county of business.

Types of Organization: Corporations, LLCs
Applies to Foreign (out-of-state):
Time Limit: -
Publication Run: 3 consecutive publications
Publication Guideline: “a newspaper of general circulation in the county of the place-of-business”
Penalty for Not Publishing: proof must be filed with the Secretary of State
Additional Requirements for: Dissolution, Amendment, Merger, Conversion

Nebraska also requires that entities publish a notice for the registration of trade names with the local government.

DBA Publishing Requirements

Under threat of cancellation, a notice concerning the registration of a DBA must be published within 30 days of the date of registration.
The notice should consist of a duplicate of the registration, and should be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the city or village where the business is located. (If there is no newspaper in this location, the notice should be published in the county’s publication.) Once the publication of the notice has been run, proof of the publication must be filed with both the Secretary of State and the proper County Clerk. If such proof is not filed within 30 days, the registration will be cancelled.

All we need from you is some basic information about your company